Monica Maria Lee

Monica Maria Lee

January 13, 1949 - March 09, 2018
Laguna Niguel CA

Monica Maria Lee

January 13, 1949 - March 09, 2018
Laguna Niguel CA


Monica Maria Lee lives in Laguna Niguel CA, passed away at the age of 69.
Born on January 13, 1949 and passed away on March 09, 2018.

Funeral Mass

  • Date & Time: March 15, 2018 (10:00 AM)
  • Venue: Our Lady Of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church
  • Location: 1441 W. Balboa Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92661 - (Get Directions)

Graveside Service

  • Date & Time: March 15, 2018 (11:00 AM)
  • Venue: Pacific View Memorial Park
  • Location: 3500 Pacific View Dr. Corona Del Mar, CA 92625 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (949) 644-2700

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5 responses to Monica Maria Lee

  1. Please accept my sincere condolences for your great loss Ms. Monica maria Lee to our common enemy death. I hope you can derive some comfort from the words at Revelation 21 : 3 and 4 with the assured promise of no more death.

  2. Dear Family and Friends of Monica Lee (MoVan),

    My heart is saddened with grief as I heard the news of Monica’s death today. What a wonderful, courageous, artistic and faithfilled woman in whom we all loved and admired. I will look on her paintings and see her beautiful smile once again. Her “happy paintings” will remind me to be happy all the more because I knew her and her friendship; the lady “Singing Off Key”. Her heart was so wide to hold all of us so near and dear to her. Her dog “Charlee” must hurt as well in missing her spontaneity and zest for life. Thank you God for sharing Monica with all of us.

    Monica enjoy God and Heaven as your eternal reward and “happy painting” to see your Mother once again. We are more better because we knew you. Be at peace dear friend, Be at peace. As we will meet again in the Beauty of your Garden, to share stories, laughter, family and friends…You are in God and God is in our hearts and souls; that must mean that you are in our heart and soul as well. Thank you for your inspiring love and acts of kindness always. May we walk in Jesus’ footprints with you at the beach, now and always, with love, your Chris, OSM.

  3. Ann Long says:

    To Monica and family: What an honor and privilege it was to have known such a brilliant, gifted and spiritual person. Her smile was electrifying and her spirit made everyone she encountered all the better for knowing her. She was a champion of all that is good and pure and brought sunshine to every door she entered and love to everyone in the room. In her place, Monica left a beautiful family to carry on the gift she brought to every friendship and one thing for certain, heaven now has the brightest light possible for all to enjoy. Until we meet again, keep smiling and enjoying the fact that God now has you to grace all of heaven, because you are my dear, simply the best.

  4. Monica was a wonderful, beautiful woman as well as a fine artist. I met her thru my sister, Margie Critelli. I also met her lovely daughters.Monica was a dear, close, loyal friend to Margie for more than 20 years.
    I will enjoy her paintings hanging on my sisters wall in Laguna Beach. Bless Monica’s children, whom she adored and may they heal from this great loss of a wonderful human being.

  5. Sharon Dorn says:

    I just learned of Monica’s passing. I am blessed to have known her and will cherish my memories of her with all my heart. I am so fortunate to own man of her paintings. I wish I had more. I truly adored her.

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